This is John Ingle’s account of his life with ‘two distinct minds’: being misunderstood and misdiagnosed by the medical profession, and sometimes getting into trouble due to this medical phenomenon. However, his ability to communicate with his subconscious sometimes gets him out of sticky situations and has even saved his life, such as when he was stabbed five times. Ingle even has the ability to overrule pain. As Ingle describes it, having two minds can sometimes cause utter confusion and mental despair that may end in self-harm or suicide. John Ingle compares himself to Jesus and Joan of Arc while taking the reader through the journey of his life, compiled from many notes and medical reports over the years. Meet the eccentric, spirit-guzzling Commander Dwarf who rampages through the pages, and other surreal and wacky characters like the snooker-loving Irish, Laura. This novel is a romp through Ingle’s mind.
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